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: Iridoschisis is a rare condition characterized by the thinning and cleavage of the anterior stroma of the Iris; usually bilateral and associated with narrow angles, ocular hypertension and glaucomatous optic neuropathy. We report a case series of three Latin American patients with iridoschisis; all of them associated with narrow angles, and one with history of chronic angle closure glaucoma. The patients had no previous history of ocular trauma or inherited ocular disease. As a new finding,doi:10.15234/vpa.v17i2.475 doaj:d948f0fcc7284a0e987e0a5884d45d6e fatcat:g3tm3upck5fmnmf7b2dbbiinku